Giveaway: TwigTale

TwigTale gives parents, friends and family the ability to create personalized storybooks for kids ages 0-5 using their own photos and words. TwigTale offers fun books, learning books, gift books and books to help with challenging childhood transitions. They provide the editable template and parents make it your own masterpiece.

Twigtale writes stories that allow consumers to change names and details, easily editing the book to make it very specific to their little one. Using their photo galleries, customers can upload their own photos and simply drag and drop them into the book template – building a book in minutes. The book is then printed and shipped directly to the customer. And if they like, the customer can share their book on their Facebook page or Twitter feed with TwigTale’s built-in sharing tools.

We are giving away $50 gift cards to to 4 lucky winners!

One Easy Way to Enter:
Leave a comment here with a valid email address (will not be published). Please state your favorite title at TwigTale in the comments below. Four winners will be chosen at random at the end of the contest. One entry per person, per day.

This contest ends Friday, July 27th at 7:00 pm EST. This contest is open to US residents only! Good luck!
*contest rules*

Congratulations to the winner of our Mabel’s Labels giveaway: Arlene!

Congratulations to the winners of our Britax giveaway: Jorie & Perla!


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  1. I love the nose and toes book. It would be perfect to teach my son his body parts and it would be even more fun teaching it with his own pictures!!! #thumbs up

  2. My favorite is the “Who Loves Me?” book – such a great idea. And a great way to keep long-distance relatives included in our baby’s life.

  3. My fav is the Nose and Toes, it’s great to tech my son his body parts and is even more fun with pictures of himself. He would love this book!!

  4. Who daddy loves me is def my favorite. Hubby is gone more than half of the year for work and having this book would def help the kids understand that even though hes gone a lot doesn’t mean they aren’t constantly on his mind and close to his heart. That the reason he leaves is to provide for them cuz that’s what daddys do. Love all their books great ideas.

  5. “I am big brother (sister)” would be perfect for my nephew who just become a big brother to little sister Cate.

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